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Gade photo saa... Haiti - Bèl Travay ki ap fèt dèyè tòl wouj yo sou Champs-de-Mars, downtown Port-au-Prince Haiti... Kisa ou panse?

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Jean Venus Champs-de-mars ap toujou en chyen, gen trop mounn ki pap travay nan pays a, se la pou yal chita matin midi soir epi fè tout lot bezwen yo.
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